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are watching 9 news now at 5:00. we just heard from the defense attorney for george huguely and she was pretty demonstrative in her opposition to the sentence even though it was reduced by three years. in fact, she says the conviction itself was an injustice and they're going to appeal that conviction. they say that it basically is the jury got it wrong. they believe in the jury system. >> it is interesting, a very different take than the previous attorney talking about how things kind of with all of the evidence and the fact that there had been previous arrests and issues with george huguely's behavior leading up to ts that this was a young man warned in some way about the path his life was taking. >> two very different takes from the attorney, andrea. >> reporter: very different and you may have just heard me ask the defense attorney is george huguely remorseful? because in the courtroom george huguely spoke for the very first time, turned to yeardley love's mother and her sister and said i am sorry for your loss. i pray that you find peace, which in my opinion is quite different from ackn
long george huguely will be in prison for the murder of yeardley love. >> first, want to give you this update on the breaking news we first delivered to abc2news.com. the centers for disease control has confirmed that our state as its first death reported as a result of the west nile virus. kelly swoope has the very latest. kelly? >> the department of health and human services won't tell us when and where, very few details. this is the first person to die, so far, in maryland. a total of 12 people have gotten sick. nationwide more than 1500 have gont the disease. 66 died. texas had the most with an outbrake that sickened more than 700 people and left 30 dead. we got a special section on abc2news.com devoted to all the information about the virus. you can find everything from a list of symptoms to store ris-- stories. just check on the west foil story. we'll continue to update you on any new cases of the virus. kelly swoope, abc2 news. back to you. >> it's so important on how to protect the family from the west nile virus. fact, next week, milford mills will be sprayed at 7:30 at n
off again girl friend in a drunking rage. our andrea mccarren was in the courtroom when george huguely was sentenced. she joins us now live from charlottesville. he didn't get the max, but he certainly didn't gethe least. >> reporter: no. it was a very slight reduction to 23 years, very close to the high end of the sentencing guidelines. just a short time ago we received a statement from george huguely's family. here are some of the excerpts from that. today is a sad day for our family. we love george anwill always support him. we continue to believe yardley's death was not intended but an accident with a tragic outcome. minutes after the judge issuedly sentence this afternoon we heard from both the prosecution and the defense. >> and this gentleman has an anger problem. he has a violence problem. it's not necessarily so much triggered by alcohol, but it's facilitated by alcohol. >> we are confident that a mature and careful consideration of this case will result in the reversal of these convictions and that the correct outcome in this case will eventually be reached. >> reporter: as
, astrazeneca may be able to help. >>> let's get the latest on george huguely. help found out how much time he will spend behind bars for killing cockeysville native yeardley love. the jury fishlely recommended 26 years, right? >> reporter: that's right. 26 years was the orange recommendation after they convicted huguely of second-degree murder. the judge reduced it to 23 years. what he did in effect, take three years off that 25 yea anysentence and -- 5-year sen -- 25-year sentence. inirginia there's truth in sentencing is what they call it. so he gets 85% of that sentencing which knocks it down to 20 years. he also gets time served. really, he's only got about 18 years left. george huguely will be out of the virginia prison by the time he is 40 years old. in court george huguely made his first statement that he made throughout the course of the trial. he directed his comments to yeardley love's mother and sister. he said i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope and pray that you might find peace and appeared to become emotional as he made that statement. we just heard from the prosecutor in this c
-- just power just prior to it being imposed george huguely addressed yeardley love's family, saying i am so sorry for your loss. i hope you find peace. the family did not come out for the cameras in the last 20 minutes but did release a statement, saying in part, "we find no joy in others sarraute. we are happy to put this chapter behind us." again, george huguely will serve 23 years in jail for the murder of yeardley love. suzanne kennedy, abc 7 news. >> we have a team of reporters there in charlottesville and we will bring you more at 6:00 tonight. >> as the rain cleared, we are getting a better picture of the damage left behind by hurricane isaac. a weakened dam poses a new threat as isaac moves north. >> this is what is going on now down there. work is being done to prevent a major dam near the gulf from breaking. ri now controlled release of a badly damaged dam on the mississippi-louisiana border is underway. >> they are planning a planned breach of that dam to avoid or prevent it from breaking. mississippi residents had to evacuate this afternoon. >> the dam is an imminent threat o
than two decades in jail. george huguely is likely to be a when he is man prison. from late this afternoon he was sentenced to 23 years in jail murder of yeardley love. >> on the one hand, you cannot the human being because being is responsible for that behavior, ultimately is under the influence of of all or not. >> the jury heard testimony that was a well liked young man. asamily friend described him e with character and ambition. toldrosecution witnesses of a history of violent behavior and a history of drinking. >> we think that george was convicted of a crime inconsistent with the fact, and he received a penalty h what thent wit evidence would require. >> just prior to the sentence being imposed, huguely addressed love's mother and sister. huguely's family left court without addressing the media. love's family issued a we find no joyg in other sorrow. to put thisved chapter behind us. huguely's family left the court .oom they were about 20 members of the family in the courtroom. they later issued a statement saying today is a sad day for our family. we love george and w
the man convicted of murdering her will be sentenced and george huguely will go before a judge. he could be going away for the next quarter century. >> reporter: george huguely will spend a long time in prison for killing native yeardley love. today inside the courthouse he'll find out exactly how long. the jury's recommendation after convicting huguely of second degree murder and robbery earlier this year, 26 years in prison. judge hogshire will make the final decision on that recommendation. >> so the lawyers have to give the judge a real good reason to deviate from that. >> reporter: back in may of 2010 just weeks before both of them were set to graduate from the university of virginia, huguely broke through love's bedroom door and assaulted her leaving her to die in her room. charlottesville attorney goodman says in virginia judges almost always take the jury's recommendation. >> they would be surprised if he deviated much at all from the 26 years recommended by the jury. it could take a few minutes several hours but a longer hearing is expected because testimony will be heard from p
, derek -- afternoon, andrea. >> reporter: that's the truth, derek. george huguely shuffled into the courtroom this afternoon, his wrists and ankles shackled. the former uva lacrosse player showed no emotion at all until he faced the family of his former girl friend, yeardley love. he turned to them and with his voice breaking he said, "i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope and pray you may find peace." now tonight the huguely family issued a statement saying, "today is a sad day for our family. we love george and will always support him. we continue to believe yeardley's death was not intended but an accident with a tragic outcome." huguely's defense team had asked for a 14 year sentence. here's the reaction to the eventual 23 year sentence from the defense team and first the prosecution. >> we believe that the jurors here in charlottesville got it right. the judge made some adjustment based on an appropriate factor to take into consideration which is the sentencing guidelines and he otherwise nearly without modification affirmed the judgment of the jurors. >> we fundamentally
.../ fox baltimore dot com slash perry hall. 3 tonight... what george huguely's family has to say about the killing of &pcockeysville native yeardley . love. crime and justice joy lepola brings us the latest from charlottesville and on the legal battles that still face both families. ((pkg))23 years hat is the sentence a charlottesville former uva lacrosse player - george huguely following the fatal beating of his ex-girlfriend... cockeysville native yyardley love.((insert video))both attendee school at the university of virginia here in charlottesville. both just weeks away from graduating.in a prepared said they "love george and will always support him"and they believe love's death was an accident..and that yeardley "will always be in our hearts". chapman 16:50:06 this young man has an anger prrble he has a violence problem.rhonda 17:02:56 we think george was convicted of a crime inconsistant with the facts and he received that the evidence required.the love famill meanwhile saying "we are relieved tt p this chapter behind us"((recorded on camera tag in now keep in mind while this
shaved off three years off the jury's recommendation, given george huguely the former lacrosse player at uva 23 years. >> also he said that huguely will be out before he turns 40, so he said he will still be a young man when he's out of prison. also, as he said, there is much that he can accomplish wle in the prison system for the next decade or so, serving his time, that this is not a total waste. >>> let's go back to charlottesville. another person is coming out. >> talking about his case and talking about everything under the sun. we've been extraordinarily proud to represent him and delighted to have gotten to know his wonderful family who you heard from in court today. my partner and i are trial attorneys, in and out of the this court all the time. this is what we do for a living, and we fundamentally believe in the jury system and in our courts, but we fundamentally disagree that the conviction in this kay for second-degree murder was at all appropriate and we bakley disagree with the sentence that was imposed today. we think that george was convicted of a crime inconsistent wit
3 thursday, august 30th. 3 3 3 3 3 former u-v-a lacross player... george huguely... will learn his fate today. todaa.huguely will be sentenced in a matter of hours for killing cockeysville native... yeardley love. love.tom rodgers is here with more on how llng he could spend in prison... plus your other too stories of the morning. ttday, huguely is facing a maximum sentence of 26 years behind bars. bars.crying nats from beginning of preview pkg pkgthat was his family ...overcome with emotion when he was ccnvicted of second degree murder ann grand larceny back in february. huguely's ex-girlfriend... yeardley love was found inside her off-campus apartment. during the trial... hugeuly admitted he kicked in love's bedroom door and the two fought.despite the jury's recommendations... the deffnse told us huguely remains hopefull.here's what his attorney had to say following the rulling... he's spiritual and we look forward to some corrections in what happened here toniiht. 8 :38it is expected that seveeal stand... before the judge actually sentences hugeuly. it's set to begin at 1:00. 1
's sentenning day for george huguely.he's the former u-v-a lacross player convicted of killing cockeysville native... love.megan gilliland is here with more on whht his fate could hold today. good morning guys,it's expected that the judge will hear from several witnesses today bbfore sentencing huguely. 3he's facingga maximum of 26- years behind bbrs.in february... jurors found him guilty of second degree murder and grand larceny.huguely's ex- girlfirend... yeardley love... was found inside her off-campus apartment.during the trial... hugeuly admitted he kicked in love's bedroom door and the two fought.while the state argued her killing was premeditated... the defense maintained it was a tragic accident.the result of a 20-something out of control... after a day of excessive drinking. 1:01:03we are of course disapointed offthe verdict we've been proud to repreeent george in his fight for fairness over the few years yearsmeantime... love's family released this statement saying quote... it is truly devestating to wake uu each longer here. we will continue to keep her spirit alive by performin
. or your money back. >>> former university of va la crosse player george huguely found out how long he willpend behind bars for killing yeardley love. a judge sentenced huguely to 23 years. huguely spoke in court addressing love's family. he told them he was sorry for their loss and hoped they would find peace. his sentence was reduced from 26 years to 23. >>> state health officials are con firming the first -- confirming the first west nile death. there have been 13 cases of west nile across the state compared to 19 in 2011. the department of agriculture plans to spray for mosquitoes next thursday in the milford area. after several weeks, it is almost here. time preparations are being made for the baltimore grand prix. the organizers have improved access so people can get to businesses. road clurs will make it difficult to go from north to south. so taking the light rail and walking may be your best way to get around town. >>> a raid on a pair of massage parlors have landed women behind bars and neighbors are celebrating their arrest. it appears the clients may have received far more
. george huguely will be sentence for killing his former girlfriend today. the jury convicted george huguely of second-degree murder and recommended a 26 years in prison. >> there is a court today for the suspected gunman in the colorado shooting. it will focus on a notebook that he mailed to his psychiatrist. they think it contains descriptions of a violent attack. they have asked the judge to sanction prosecutors for reckless disregard for the truth. the contents of the motion is sealed. george zimmerman will be allowed to have a new judge hear his case. he is charged with second-degree murder. the lawyers wanted the judge removed. language used in a bail order disparaged the zimmerman. >> a 12-year-old who survived a murder-suicide is out of the hospital. our news partners report haywood is in temporary custody of his uncle. his father killed his siblings and his mother and then killed himself on july 31. the house was on fire when authorities arrived there. >> police in stafford, va. investigating a violent home invasion robbery. they got into the side door on tuesday night. he w
! ♪ >>> former university of virginia la crosse player george huguely will learn how much time he will spend. >>> plus, texas is dealing with the west nile virus and maryland is now reporting its first death. >> heavy rain and flooding slammed mississippi. we'll take you there with the latest. first, we start with breaking news into the abc2 newsroom. this came down in the last 15 minutes in charlottesville. former uva la crosse player george huguely was
native and uva student yeardley love. this morning george huguely will find out how much time he's going to spend in prison. >>> and students at perry hall high school are rallying around daniel and lady gaga can make things better for him. >>> the latest from new orleans on what we can expect in the coming hours as isaac remains in the scene there across much of the gulf coast. those stories are straight ahead on this thursday, august 30th. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. lynette charles is going to have a check of the forecast in just a bit and lauren is going to tell you everything you need to about the roads and nose closures as we get ready for the baltimore grand prix. misery is raining down right now on parts of the gulf coast. all the result of tropical storm isaac. flood waters theorizing. shocking -- they are rising, shockingly fast. president obama signed is disaster declaration for the hardest hit areas of louisiana and mississippi. one of them the plaquemines parish. the levees had broken and massive flooding up to 12 feet across parts of the parker that was hi
the grand prix racessinto baltimore... the road closures convicted killer george 3 huguely is sentenced in the murder of his ex-girllriendd how many years he'll spend behind bars..and what he told yeardley love's family... before being taken out of the courtroom. he made their day....hat clint eastwood told an "empty hair" at the republican national convention... that's got people talking, this morning. but i wanted to do something maybe help lift her spirits if elseand the unbelievable... and expensive thing this husband did...to get employers to take notice... of his wife! 3 3 3 today is friday, august 31. 3 3 3 3 3 george huguely will spend the prison.the former u-v-a lacrosse player was convicted native, yeardley love.he ille - courtroom in his ppison jumppui. jumpsuit.the judge reduced the jury's recommended sentence by three years. despite the sentence... huguely's attorney's saa, this is far from ovvr. the just outcome he has sought frrm the beginning. beginning. before leaving the to love's motherrand sister... - ssying he prays for them... and hopes the
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uva lacrosse player george huguely entered court wearing his gray stripped prison jumpsuit.... little did he realize the violent picture his one time friends and teammates were 16:50:06 this young man has an anger problem he has a violence problem it's not facilitated by it hol but &pand that became evident as accounts weee given of other viollnt acts by huguely. one woman testified in 2008 an angry huguely put his hands around her throat. then came thh late night attack on a fellow teammate who was asleep at theetime so badly beatennby huguell his injuries required a cat sccn be performed. events thee was coming. that being the death of cockeysville native yeardley love. commonwealth attorney david chapman.... will that way forever we just wish it wouldn't have happeneddfor his role, a judge sentenceddhuguely to 23 years in prison. a slightly reduced sentence to whaa hell be a young man when he's released much life in front of him before leaving the courtrooo, huguely apologized to loves mother and sister saying create quote " i'm so sorry for your loss... i hope and pray that you fi
convicted of killing cockeysville native yeardley love will learn his fate this week. george huguely is expected to be sentenced tomorrow. lowell melser cover the trial in february. he is back in charlottesville with a preview. >> prosecutors with the commonwealth's attorney's office expect tomorrow's hearing to be pretty cat and dry. while the drug -- the judge could actually lower his sentence, it is unlikely. the jury heard the case, came up with the verdict, and the sentencing. >> after months of appeals and various court appearances, a convicted murderer george huguely will enter court thursday facing 26 years in prison for killing 22-year-old yeardley love. a jury listened to weeks of the emotional and graphic testimony and took a little more than nine hours to render its verdict. the charges are second-degree murder, which the jury remained -- recommended 25 years, and grand larceny, which the jury recommended one year. during the trial, the prosecution presented the case that huguely, after spending the day in a drug haze, went to love's apartment that night and burst through
@beltway. charlie over to you. >>> today george huguely the former ha cross player who killed his ex-girlfriend yeardley love will learn his punishment and abc2 news linda so is live in motier dame prep where they're getting ready right now for a little bit of closure with yeardley. a lot of people are watching what's going on, linda? >> reporter: yeah. when george huguely was convicted earlier this year, the jury recommended 26 years. huguely's attorneys are asking for a leniency but the judge will have the final say. yeardley love grew up in cockeysville and spent her high school years here at notre dame prep before going to college at uva. huguely was convicted of second degree murder and robbery in yeardley's death. he broke through love's bedroom door assaulted her and left her to die. today at the sentencing hearing those who know huguely are expected to testify. love's mother and sister already testified during the sentencing phase and they're unlegally to take the stand again. but the judge can use their testimony and letters from the love family to determine the sentence. th
this morning, uva la crosse player george huguely was sentenced for the murder of yeardley love. sharee johnson is here. why did they shorten the sentence of three year? >>reporter: a judge shortend the 26-year sentence, saying the three-year sentencing was more in line with the sentencing guidelines. george huguely the former virginia la crosse player is accused of killing yeardley love who also played la crosse. his attorneys say the convictions will be reversed and they plan to file an appeal. during the sentencing hearing, huguely spoke to yeardley love's mother and sister, telling them "i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope and pray that you might find peace." during the sentencing hearing, witnesses testified about earlier incidents of violence involving george huguely. the defense called witnesses who described the good work he did while growing up. >> all i see is loss. it'll be that way forever. >> mr. huguely remains optimistic and he remains hopeful that a thorough review of the case will lead to the outcome, the just outcome that he has sought from the beginning. >>reporter: yeardley
george huguely to 23 years in prison for murdering yeardley love. lowell melser as has more from charlottesville. >> charlottesville circuit court judge decided to reduce george huguely's cents from 26 to 23 years. the judge took the jury recommended 25 years for second- degree murder and dropped it to 23 years and one year for grand larceny will run concurrent. he highlighted his fallen behavior. a doctor was called to the stand. they said he was a leader and was an all-around good person. george huguely did address the love family saying, i am sorry for your loss. the state of virginia band per roll back in 1995. with good behavior, he will have to serve about 85% of his prison sentence which comes out to about 20 years. he has served two years in prison. once he is out, he will remain on three years' probation. lowell melser, wbal-tv 11 news. >> we have the decision to reduce the sentence on our website, wbaltv.com. >> we're entering the start of the labor day weekend. >> for many, the grand prix of baltimore is the main attraction. jennifer franciotti is live downtown with a
theefate of convicted killer and former u-v-a lacrosse player george hu. huguely. in february,... a... charlottesville jury... convicted huuuely... ii the killing... of... cockesyville native... and... notre dame graduate ... yeardley love. lovv. crime and justice reporter ... joy lepola... covered the trial../ and... plans... to attend....his ssnttncing tomorrow. after convicting 25 year old george huguely of second degree mureder and grand larceny in february.... jurors recommended he receive a sentence of 26 years in prison. tomorrow, a judge will ake hii ruling. ((vo)) judge edward hogshire can either accept or lower the jury's sentence. what he can not do is give huguely more than 26 ears. under virginia sentencinn rules, the former uva lacrosse llyer will serve at least 85 percent of the sentence hh receives tomorrow. factor in time ssrvee.... and, huguely is looking at possibly spending the neet 20 years of his life in prison. convicted of killing his ex- girlfriend.... cockeysville native yeardley love. here's following the verdict. 22:13:32 there are n
. george huguely killed yeardley love during a fight in 2010. a jury has recommended a 26- year sentence but according to i court filing yesterday, huguely's attorneys are asking for a 134-year sentence. >>> the teenager accused of shooting a student at perry hall high school remains in a psychiatric hospital this morning. a bail review hearing has been postponed. 15-year-old robert gladden, junior is charged as appear adult. the 17-year-old who was hit by a bullet is in critical condition and critically injured. >>> we are going live to northerly ends for -- to new orleans for the aftermath of hurricane isaac. >>> how old is too old to be behind the wheel? that question after a 100-year- old driver hits a group of children. president clinton: this election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in in
. melanie alnwick is following the case for us. >> reporter: at 1:00 this afternoon, george huguely will learn how much time he will spend behind bars for the death of his girlfriend yeardley love. yesterday, his family filed an appeal for leap intelligencey. huguely did not testify in his open defense during his trial in february and did not ever apologize or express remorse to the jury. prosecutors had sought a first degree murder conviction but jurors found that huguely did not intend to kill his girlfriend. instead, they convicted him of second degree murder and recommendation 26-year sentence. george huguely was 22 years old at the time of the murder which shocked the uva campus. he and yeardley love were known to have a volatile relationship n may of 2010, after huguely spent the day playing golf and drying, he and love argued and fought in her apartment that evening. she was found beaten to death a short time later. now, jury did recommend a 26 year sentence including one year for grand larceny of love's computer. huguely's family is asking the judge identify 14-year sentence
for commotion. >>> george huguely will spend 23 years in prison -- for exhaustion. >>> george huguely will spend 23 years in prison after he was convicted of murdering yeardley love. the jury recommended he serve 26 years behind bars but the judge reduced that punishment by three years. >>> maryland health officials are reporting the state's first death from west nile virus. the health department will only say it was an adult who died but we don't know where they lived or if they had any underlying medical issues. maureen umeh has more. >> give us kisses. yeah. >> reporter: dusk time, prime time for mosquitos. at this gathering of people and their pets in chevy chase, some are taking precautions against bites and the west nile virus. >> i have my little mosquito repellent and senator has the heart worm pills. >> is it working? >> it does work. it seems to work so far. >> reporter: maryland health officials are reporting the state's first death from the west nile virus. so far this year, the state has had 13 cases. virginia has had four reported but no deaths and d.c. has no reported cases even t
. less than an hour ago... former university of virginia lacrosse player george huguely learned he will spend 23 years in ppison for the murder of cockeysville native yeardley lo. love. crime and justice repprter joy lepola... live in chhrlottesville where attorneys just spoke about the . sentence. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 p3 3 3
is 23 years for a former lacrosse player, george huguely, for the killing of yeardley love. the original recommendation was 26 years. he was found guilty of second- degree murder and grand larceny. the anne arundel county man who police say called himself the joker appear before a judge yesterday. he will now have to wear a gps anklet and will be permitted from having access to guns. he threatened to shoot workers after being fired from his job. this case made national headlines back in july when police thwarted his plan for a mass shooting similar to the one in colorado. a community looks to move forward tonight as the football team plays its first game of the season against st. paul's. in the meantime, the parent of the teenager wounded in the shooting are speaking out for the very first time. daniel borowy's father says he and his wife do not know the exact circumstances of the shooting but had this to say about the 15-year-old facing charges. >> obviously, he is a troubled young man. i hope that he get the help that he needs. i am not trying to be forgiving because we are hurting. my
today. in charlottesville the court will consider george huguely's request for a new trial. he was convicted in february of second-degree murder in the death of yeardley love. he is scheduled to be sentenced august 30. >> d.c. taxicabs are getting an upgrade. mayor vincent gray will introduce a new smart meter system. that includes credit card readers, gps navigation, and other features. council member marion barry has filed a resolution to renegotiate the contract. >> cleanup expected to continue after a deadly train derailment in ellicott city. >> a few college students are hanging out on the bridge when a train derailed killing both of them. it is believed the two young women tweeted a picture just moments before their deaths. >> with heavy hearts, students at mount hebron high school clung tightly to each other attempting to fill loss of two classmates, rose mayr and elizabeth nass. the 19-year-old posted this picture of their feet dangling overfrom the railroad tracks.round midnight. >> it was complete chaos. people running all over the place. >> it was a domino effect of
was accused of taking him will re-- face charges. >> george huguely is accused of killing yeardley love. today his team asked for a new trial. after hearing the evidence, the judge ruled there was overwhelming evidence to support huguely's conviction. the judge will have a final say. >>> a 26-year-old man is accused of killing his father in pasadena. his son darius keenan, jr. was a person of interest and was arrested in north carolina keenan, jr. shot his father in the chest. >>> new tonight a woman accused of elder abuse who went to kenya to avoid being arrested will be brought back. the police are bring 50-year-old anastacia oluoch back. she beat an elderly man in 2007. >>> new tonight we have learned that senator barbara mikulski will speak at the democratic national convention. other women who will spook caroline kennedy and eva longoria. >>> anne arundel county executives are looking for nominations for the dallas pace humanitarian award. he was a servant, a coach, scout master, a teacher. the person must be at least 21, live in anne arundel. all nominations must be in the county by octo
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had minor burns. the other was treated for exhaustion. >> 23 years. that is how long george huguely will spend behind bars. a judge handed down that sentence yesterday. fox 5's laura evans has more now. >> reporter: trying to show george huguely in a good light, the defense presented character witnesses. huguely's aunt calling him georgey said he is a good person, a people magnet. the defense arguing for only 14 years in prison. but prosecution witnesses spoke of violent encounters with huguely. in february, huguely was convicted of second degree murder fore beating 22-year-old yeardley love to death in her charlottesville apartment. the two were la crosse players at uva. jurors recommended 25 years for the murder. >> we all did not think that the killing was premeditated. we don't think that he went over with the purpose of killing yeardley love. >> we believe that the jurors here in charlottesville got it right. >> we think that george was convicted of a crime inconsistent with the facts and he received a penalty inconsistent with what the evidence would require. >> reporter: befo
university of lacrosse player who beat his ex-girl friend to death. george huguely will spend 23 years in prison for the murder. fox 5's laura evans has the story. >> the judge handed down the sentence of 23 years for the second degree murder of yeardley love. the hearing lasted four hours, an emotional end to a tragic case. trying to show george huguely in a good light, the defense presented character witnesses, huguely's aunt calling him georgie saying he's a good person, a people magnet, the defense arguing for only 14 years in prison, but prosecution witnesses spoke of violent encounters with huguely. in february huguely was convicted of second degree murder for beating 22-year-old yeardley love to death in her charlottesville apartment. the two were lacrosse players
. >>> time is 4:38. ahead on "news4 today," the surprising message george huguely had for the family of love as he learned his prison sentence. >>> outpoursing of support for a teen shot on the first day of school. >>> pleasant start to the day but tom kierein shows us how [ female announcer ] with swiffer dusters, a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done. i'm gonna read one of these. i'm gonna read one of these! [ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags, swiffer 360 duster's extender gets into hard-to-reach places without the hassle. so you can get unbelievable dust pickup in less time without missing a thing. i love that book. can you believe the twin did it? ♪ swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. that ball heading for the bullpen. he's done it again. >> wow. it appears nationals are back on track. they won their second straight game yesterday 8-1. jackson was the star of the game. he struck out ten hitters and didn't allow any earned runs in eight innings. the victory increased the nat's first place lead over the braves 5 1/2 games. >> back on track.
&p it is sentencing day fo george huguely.what's expected to happen insiie the ccurtroom in a matter of hours... and how much time he could spend &pbehind bars for killing cockeysville nntive... yeardly love. a deaf child .... not allowed to use sign language to sign his own name.the águn policyá his school says he's violating. and.. grand prix festivities kick off today.the road closures you need to know about before you head out the door this morning. 3 3 -llve look harbor 3 thursday, august 30th we have a school closing to pass along to you this morning. orems elementary in baltimore county is closed due to a power outage. 3 3 map fiber map former u-v-a lacross player... george huguely... will learn his fate today.huguely will e sentenced in a matter of hours for killing ccckeysville native... yeardly love. love.megan gilliland is here with more on how long he could spend in prison. good morning guys,today huguely is facing a maximum sentence of 26 years bbhindd bar. crying nats from beginning of preview pkg pkghis family was overcome with emotion when he was convic
for the -- george huguely will be sentenced this week for the murder of yeardley love. he is facing some 26 years in prison for killing the 22-year- old. the conviction is for second- degree murder, for which the jury recommended 22 years and grand larceny, for which the jury recommended one year. the judge can lower the standards, but not raise it. and the trial continued for two of the men charged in the murder outside the towson town center. they're on trial for the shooting death of 19-year-old rodney pridget in the mall parking lot in decemberf last year. detectives testified about interviews with williams after the murder, during which he identified himself and other suspects on the mall surveillance video. this afternoon, jurors got to watch the video >> the official start to the grand prix in baltimore is on friday, but already, drivers downtown are feeling the effects of what will be 8 2 mile temporary street course. lots of traffic, folks. here is the situation near pratt and patent street. many lane closures are in effect and more tomorrow. find alternate routes. most of the delays tha
, a week from sunday. >>> another chapter begins in the george huguely murder case. today they sentenced the former student to 23 years in state fridays on for the murder of his -- prison for the murder of his girlfriend yeardley love. but they appealed sentence and conviction. >> we fundamentally believe in the jury system and in our courts that we fundamentally disagree that the conviction in this case for second degree murder was at all appropriate and we basically disagree with the sentence that was imposed today. >> just before the judge pronounced that sentence, george huguely turned to yeardley love's family says "i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope you're able to find peace". they said we find no joy
alnwick has the latest. >> reporter: today, george huguely will learn how much time he will spend behind bars for the death of his girlfriend, yeardley love. his family filed an appeal for leniency. huguely did not testify during his trial in february and did not ever apologize or express remorse to the jury. prosecutors had sought a first degree murder conviction but jurors found that huguely did not intend to kill his girlfriend, instead, convicting him of second degree murder. george huguely was 22 years old at the time of the murder. he and yeardley love, also a 22- year-old la crosse player, were known to have a volatile relationship. they argued and fought in her apartment. she was found beaten to death a short time later. the jury recommended a 26-year sentence including one year for grands larceny of love's computer. huguely's family is asking the judge for just a 14-year sentence. the judge can reduce the jury's recommendation but he cannot increase t the hearing is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. >>> coming up, a frightening scene on one road. a car jumps the curb and slams into a grou
that was imposed today. >> just before the judge pronounced the sentence, george huguely turned to yeardley love's family and said quote, i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope you can find some peace. the love family then released a statement saying in part we find no joy in other's sorrow. we're relieved to put this chapter behind us. >>> a number of parents in arlington county are upset with school officials there after the school district announced plans to cancel services at 12 bus stops and this is all happens just as school gets under way. we got reaction from some of those parents. >> reporter: these elementary schoolkids and their mothers are trying to get used to a new routine this year, walking to school. >> arlington county dropped this bomb on us just two weeks ago. >> reporter: sandy moore has taken issue with the arlington public schools' decision to stop 12 bus stops. one was only a block away if her house. now her daughter and other kids are left with a new way to get to school a mile away. >> we live in modern times with busy roads and there are some siations that you just don't wa
will sentence george huguely later today. a jury convicted him of second- degree murder and grand larceny in the death of yeardley love. they have recommended a 26-year sentence. lowell melser is in charlottesville this morning will be tweeting all day from the courtroom. >> 6:09. 65 degrees on tv hill. >> an accident that sends nine children to the hospital. >> you what the new version of the iphone in just a few weeks. there is a program for that. >> the city of baltimore and getting ready to host its second grand prix. details after the break. >> reports of a new accident on 95 in howard county. will check on the grand prixíúÑ >> good morning. a beautiful start to the day. the temperatures dropping to about 74 degrees downtown at the inner harbor. 60's out in the suburbs. i am live near the grand prix near term four and five south of the convention center. we're talking about the beat you sent this weekend. new and improved. i'm here with president of andretti sports marketing. >> it is race week after three short months and we're ready to go. >> you got the notice about 100 days a
the latest from charlottesville. >> the charlottesville circuit court judge decided to reduce george huguely's sentence from 26 to 23 years. he consulted the virginia sentencing guidelines. the judge took the jury- recommended 25 years for second- degree murder and dropped it to 23 years, and the one year for grand larceny will run concurrent. the commonwealth presented witnesses of love and huguely who highlighted his violent behavior. huguely's attorneys called his aunt, uncle, priest, and family doctor to the stand. they said he was a leader and was an all-around good person. huguely did address the love family saying, "miss love, lexie, i am sorry for your loss." the state of virginia banned parole back in 1995. with good behavior, he will have to serve about 85% of his prison sentence, which comes out to about 20 years. he has so far served two years in prison. once he is out, he will remain on three years' probation. lowell melser, wbal-tv 11 news. >> after some stalled stars, the flag is about to drop on baltimore's second grand prix weekend. jennifer franciotti joins us live from dow
school is closed today. >>> it is sentencing day for george huguely. the former lacrosse flayer was convicted of killing his ex- girlfriend yeardley love. the native was just days away from graduating and she was 22 years old. abc2 news linda so is live this morning outside notre dame prep where love was a student here in cock cockeysville. >> reporter: today her ex- boyfriend george huguely will learn how long he'll spends in prison for killing her. the jury is recommending 26 years, his attorneys are asking for leniency. the judge will make the final decision. earlier in year he was convicted of second degree murder and robbery in love's death just days before they were to graduate from uva. huguely broke through her bedroom door and say all thed her and -- assaulted her and left her to die. those who know huguely are expected to testify. love easterner and sister already testified during the sentencing phase and they're unlikely to take the stand again but the judge can use their testimony and letters from the love family to determine the sentence. lowell experts say in virg
todayy- 3 3 p, 3 3 3 3george huguely will spend the next 22 years in prison. prison.the former u-v-aa lacrosse player was convicted in the murder of cockeysville native, yeardley love.he entered the chhrlottsville courtroom in his prison jumpsuit.the judge reduced the jury's recommended senttnce by three years. despite the sentence... huguely's attorney's say, this is far from over. the just outcome h has sooght from the beginning. beeinning. before leaving the courtroom, huguely apologized to love's mother and sistee... saying he prays for them... and hopes they find peace.he then apologized to his own mother and told her... he loved her. our news on theego pubscribers were among the first to know about the sentencing of george huguely. get access to breaking news on the fox44 mobile news app for your ddoid or i-phone. it puts headlines... traffic and weather conditions all at your fingertips. go to foxbaltimore dot com and look for "mobile" on the screen. the man accused of thheatening to carry outta workplace shooting... is given home detention at a hearing, on t
, a judge decides how long former uva lacrosse player george huguely will spend in prison. >>> but we begin with tropical storm isaac. this is a live look in new orleans, where the rain is finally letting up. on storm4 radar, you can see isaac beginning to move inland, still dumping heavy rain across louisiana and mississippi, where people are bracing for another long day. good morning and welcome to "news4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm richard jordan. aaron gilchrist is on assignment at the republican national convention. right now, there are still people waiting to be rescued from their homes, trapped by floodwaters. here is the latest on isaac now. the storm continues battering parts of the gulf coast. it's moving just 5 miles per hour, which means it could be another day of deluge for thousands of residents. president obama has declared federal emergencies in louisiana and mississippi. that frees up federal aid for those affected areas. as many as 700,000 people still do not have power. isaac is also being blamed for at least one death in the region. >> plaquemines parish in louisian
university of virginia lacrosse player george huguely will be sentenced for the 2010 killing yeardley love, a member of the women's lacrosse team he had been dating. jurors recommended huguely be given 26 years in prison after convicting him of second-degree murder and grand larceny. >>> globe-trotting secretary of state hillary clinton will pass up next week's democratic convention, departing on an 11-day trip with an itinerary that will include the cook islands, indonesia, china, brunei, and russia. >>> and happy birthday to actress cameron diaz who turns 40. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and more as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." >>> and, finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. a woman in her 50s is set to deliver her own grandchild after medical issues prevented her daughter from carrying her own baby. this morning the family shares their story. >>> and england's cher lloyd invades the u.s. and the plaza singing her summer hit "wa
a request to delay the sentencing of former uva lacrosse player, george huguely. huguely was convicted of second- degree murder. attorneys for the man had sought to delay his august 30 sentencing until october. and yet another development, attorneys are set to ask for a new trial. they claim the prosecution aired by not telling them that love's mother was planning to sue huguely. >> don't bet on it, at least not yet. negotiations to expand gambling in maryland look like they are back underway again after they hit a roadblock earlier in the day. scott broom is outside the state house in annapolis with the very latest. okay. what is going on, scott. >> right now, there's serious debate underway to amend this bill all kinds of ways. all kinds of special interests trying to get on board. here's one of the amendments that just passed. it will allow slot machines into vfw and american legion halls all around maryland. an unexpected further expansion of gambling, but that is the price that leaders are going to get what they want, which is a vegas style casino, preferably at national harbor.
. george huguely apologized to the victim's mother and sister. he said, he hoped they can find peace. >>> princess diana is being remembered in the u.k. and across the world today, on the 15th anniversary of her death. >> can't believe it's been that long. diana was just 36 years old when she was killed in a car crash in paris, along with her boyfriend and driver. no official memorial is planned. but devoted fans are expected to gather outside kensington palace, her former home, to lay some flowers in her memory. >> you always remember where you were the moment you heard that news. >>> moving on to some football. it finally happened for the new york jets last night. their first touchdown of a winless preseason. >> the short t.d. pass against the eagles was the only visit to the end zone so far. they were the first team in 35 years to go 3 preseason games without a t.d. >> impressive. >>> and for some college football and some touchdowns that matter, highlights from espn. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. let's play some football. ninth-ranked south carolina,
accused of killing his girlfriend. prosecutors handed george that sentenced earlier tonight. getting information about given for the brutal beating of yeardley love. >> a judge in charlottesville to 23ced george huguely g exs in prison for killin inlfriend yeardley love back jealous, alcohol- rage. moments before his fate, he r family and said, i am sorry for your loss. peace."ou find he does need to be rehabilitated. think 23 years is too long at all. >> in my mind, it is hard to put on a life lost. >> former classmates testified his attention for mixing blues and violence. the prosecutor said sooner or later he was going to kill someone. all i see is loss. it will be that way forever. >> loves family said in a --tement the defense downplayed the conviction saying that the death was unintentional and they will .ppeal hopeful that a lead to theiew will just outcome that he has saw from the beginning. --aid famil under the best of circumstances like time already served and behavior, he could get out prison in about 17 or 18 years. >> now we turn to the storm isaac. it is slowly beginn
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